William Styron's Nat Turner: Ten Black Writers Respond
John Henrik Clarke
Beacon Press, 1968 - African Americans in literature - 120 pages
Ten black writers review and criticize Styron's book, which they call a distortion of Nat Turner's character, in this response which includes the text of the original confessions.
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THE CONFESSIONS OF NAT TURNER
Youve Taken My Nat and Gone
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